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Content Syndication SEO

Content Syndication SEO is what some call SMO - social media optimization.  The theory is that search engines are now quite impressed with social proof, meaning:

  • Real people are bookmarking your content
  • Real people are making comments on your articles
  • Real people are syndicating your online work

When search engines see the above, it's no longer a theory.  It's the real deal.  Google will favor SMO and put the article with social SEO ahead of those with just good technical SEO. 

SEO 1.0 vs. SEO 2.0

Social Media SEO has been called the second generation of search engine optimization, or SEO 2.0 and it is super powerful - as it should be.  Afterall, the search engines simply want to give us what we are looking for when we search online.  What better proof is there than real people syndicating what they like for certain keyword phrases. 

This content syndication strategy can even be purchased as a service, a "content syndication service" (CSS) providing a chance for your content to go viral.  All you have to do is write great content.  The service brings in the traffic, get comments posted to your blog posts and articles and videos, gets all of it bookmarked voila!  In no time at all your videos, articles, etc. get placed on page one of Google in no time!  If your stuff is good, it's given the launch you need to dominate.  

So what if you were able to be part of a community of people, real people, 100s of them, who all agreed to syndicate each others work non-stop, 24/7 bookmarking, twittering, facebooking, Digging, commenting, on your stuff all day long.  Sounds impossible and would be if it had to be all manually done.

But it doesn't.

Have you ever heard of SynndSEO?  That's the name I picked out to show you on a new blog what can actually happen when 100s of people join a private community and use a new technology called SYNND, created be Charles Heflin and his research team. 

I captured a 5 minute look at what happens, hands free, with the technology called synnd.  And it happens all day long.  Just watch a little of it.  Move the slider forward and watch a little more.  Unbelievable.  And it happens quietly in the background.  I just took it out of hiding so I could show you.


Add A Digg Icon To Increase Traffic To Your Web Content

Okay - I Did It! I Just Learned How To Add A Digg Icon!! Get Ready For A Really Terri-fic Traffic Tip!

This is so exciting! The latest on generating internet traffic that I've been reading is that we do not have to be so technical. We can just be natural in all that we write and Google will like us!

But here's the key - Google will like us and what we write IF OTHERS bookmark our work. So we must make it easy, Peasy! That's why I'm so excited. I just added my very own Digg icon for you to click on in order for me to get Google's attention. Just Digg it for me and Google will notice.

So here's how you put this icon on all your content:

  1. login at www.Digg.com
  2. go to the bottom of the page and click"All Digg Tools" = 3rd column
  3. under "For Web Owners and Developers" (I know, isn't it cool to realize you qualify to look under that heading! Stay withme...)
  4. click "Integrate Digging In Your Site"
  5. go to number 2 "Simple Digg This with Digg Count"
  6. copy the code and paste it somewhere to copy again in just a minute it looks like the following, in fact you can just copy it from here... <script type="text/javascript">
    digg_url = 'WEBSITE_URL';
    <script src="http://digg.com/tools/diggthis.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
  7. now go to your blog and pick one of your favorite posts (don't login yet)
  8. click on the title of that post that you like
  9. now look in the address bar - see how that post has it's own address? copy that address and paste it where 'WEBSITE_URL'and remember to add the ' ' around it. so it looks like mine only with your address... <script type="text/javascript">
    digg_url = 'http://internetmlm.squarespace.com/social-media-marketing/2008/11/23/squidoo-and-rss.html';
    <script src="http://digg.com/tools/diggthis.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
  10. okay, now you are ready to put the code into your post at the beginning of it so login to edit your post
  11. switch out of wysiwyg (what you see is what you get) mode and go to raw html mode
  12. paste the code before your first sentence
  13. save and close and voila! a Digg button.

Now comment below with your favorite post address and I'll come over to your site to Digg It. Twitter your post address and tell them how excited you are that you just added a Digg icon and invite them to Digg It. After a few Diggs like that from your very own website, Google will notice and give you a high ranking. No SEO tricks. Just natural internet traffic. It works!

More Advanced Digg Icon

Use the code below for even more Google power.  Why?  Because submitting your own stuff to Digg isn't as effective in Google's eyes.  The code above won't submit but the one below will!  If your article is media - news, topic - buisness, then simply replace your http website url where the code says WEBSITE_URL and where is says TITLE, replace that by typing in your title, and where it says BODY, replace that with the excert from your article.  And voila!  Anyone that clicks first will submit for you.  Too cool?

<script type="text/javascript">
digg_url = 'WEBSITE_URL';
digg_title = 'TITLE';
digg_bodytext = 'BODY';
digg_media = 'news';
digg_topic = 'business';
<script src="http://digg.com/tools/diggthis.js" type="text/javascript"></script>